“One receives it’s value by the force of nature over the time it takes to be formed, the other is created by machine and receives it’s value by the ability to mimic the one from nature. “
Category Archives: Sea Glass History
Rare Red Sea Glass
By far, one of the most sought after colours of Sea Glass is Ruby Red. You can usually tell when someone has found one beach combing because there will be shouts of joy coming from the lucky sea glass lover. Many Avid Sea Glass enthusiast look for years without finding a single piece. Long beforeContinue reading “Rare Red Sea Glass”
Bottles, Jars, Glasses! Oh My!
Previously, I shared what sea glass is and how it’s formed. In light of the 1st Campobello Island Sea Glass festival, I thought I would share more detail on the the most common colours you will find along most coastlines. Those colours being white (clear), green or brown, it only makes sense to start withContinue reading “Bottles, Jars, Glasses! Oh My!”